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Biden won't be traveling to Milwaukee for convention"I think it's the right thing to do," Biden said Wednesday. "I've wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis."
Trump pushes reopening schools with false claims about the coronavirusPresident Trump is repeating his claim that the coronavirus will "go away, like all things go away." He is also saying that children are "almost immune from this disease." Paula Reid reports.
Trump says he's considering executive action to halt evictions, suspend payroll taxesHe also discussed mail-in voting, criticizing Nevada, which has a governor who is a Democrat, and praising Florida and Arizona, which both have GOP governors.
Biden won't travel to Milwaukee to accept Democratic nominationFormer Vice President Joe Biden will not be attending the party convention to accept the Democratic nomination this year, and instead will do it remotely. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Biden no longer traveling to Milwaukee to accept Democratic nominationThe convention will have invited speakers appear remotely from their home states.
Trump wants to deliver GOP nomination speech at White House. Is that legal?When asked about Trump's plans, GOP Senator John Thune said, "I assume that's not something that you could do."
D.C. public schools chancellor says system working to bring learning back onlineWith no in-person schooling taking place this fall for Washington, D.C. students, DCPS Chancellor Dr. Lewis Ferebee says they are investing in connectivity and distance learning for their most vulnerable kids.
2020 prediction from professor who called every election since 1984Allan Lichtman accurately predicted in 2016 that Donald Trump would win, and then be impeached.
Some "Dreamers" locked out of DACA after Trump moveDespite the Supreme Court's decision throwing out Trump's attempt to end DACA, thousands of young immigrants who would be eligible for the program are not allowed to apply.
Trump campaign calls for early September debate ahead of early votingTrump campaign representative Rudy Giuliani said in a letter that the current debate schedule is "an outdated dinosaur."